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OKO: I Love You Computer Mountain

Read "I Love You Computer Mountain" reviewed by Ian Patterson

While pretty much all music is derivative, and to a greater or lesser degree inspired by what has gone before, every so often a band appears that shakes up the status quo. OKO--formed in 2010 out of the jny:Dublin collective Bottleneck--certainly doesn't hide its influences on its debut recording, but its musical paint box of electronica, free-jazz, noise, dub, drone, funk and ambient sounds dishes up a colorful collage that dares to be different. Darragh O'Kelly's dreamy electric ...


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